Women won the right to vote a century ago. On Aug. 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment passed. The White women’s equal rights struggle began in 1776, though, when Abigail Adams, the wife of our second president and member of the constitution-drafting Continental Congress, sent her husband a letter. She urged him to “remember the ladies.” […]
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